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Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on gaming

The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing this afternoon on regulation of tribal gaming.

Internet gaming was discussed by most of the witnesses. Tribal leaders notably said the National Indian Gaming Commission should be the agency to regulate online tribal gaming.

The hearing lasted about 1.8 hours. Audio files can be downloaded below:
Opening Statements

Panel # 1
Testimony | Q&A
The Honorable Tracie Stevens
Chairwoman, National Indian Gaming Commission

Panel # 2
Testimony | Q&A
The Honorable Bruce ''Two Dogs'' Bozsum
Chairman, Mohegan Tribe

Mr. Glen Gobin
Secretary, Tulalip Tribes of Washington

Panel # 3
Testimony | Q&A
Mr. Jamie Hummingbird
Chairperson, National Tribal Gaming Commissioners/Regulators

Ms. Elizabeth Homer

The Honorable Jon Porter
Former Congressman, President, Porter Gordon Silver Communications

Mr. Eugene Johnson
Senior Vice President, Marketing and Online Studies, Spectrum Gaming Group

Committee Notice:
OVERSIGHT HEARING on Regulation of Tribal Gaming: From Brick & Mortar to the Internet (July 26, 2012)

Summary of SCIA Internet gaming bill | Draft of SCIA Internet gaming bill

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